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Job Posting: Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Chinese Archaeology

The UCL Institute of Archaeology is seeking to appoint a full-time Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Chinese Archaeology to co-ordinate the MA degree in Archaeology and Heritage of Asia, and teach three undergraduate and Master's-level modules, and to contribute more generally to teaching and administration as required. The post-holder will teach at all levels and be responsible for lecturing and tutorials, supervising dissertations and marking assignments.

SASA Intern and Volunteer Positions, Fall 2022

Save Ancient Studies Alliance (SASA) is pleased to announce a number of intern and volunteer positions opening for the coming Fall period. These internships are a fantastic way of getting involved with a vibrant educational community and outreach-oriented non-profit in the Ancient Studies sector. Please see their 

Job: University of Oxford, Departmental Lecturer (Museum Anthropology)

The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography (SAME) seeks to appoint an inspirational teacher to a one year Departmental Lectureship, providing additional capacity in teaching, examining and administration for the Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology (VMMA) programme.  The programme consists of a one year MSc and a two year MPhil degree that focus on theories and methods within museum anthropology, visual anthropology and material anthropology, how these areas of enquiry are transforming the discipline of anthropology itself and the current issues they may be used to address.<

New Book: Ancient Japan in East Asia: archeology, mythology, history.

The collection includes memoirs about the outstanding Russian orientalist, specialist in the history of peoples, countries and legal systems of the states of the Far East - Mikhail Vasilyevich Vorobyov, as well as articles and translations of sources on the history of primitive Korea and primitive, ancient and early medieval Japan until the beginning of the VIII century, presented by Russian and foreign researchers.

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